Committed to a Bright Future

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Committed to a Bright Future
Dog Fashion Disco - Committed To A Bright Future.JPG
Studio album by Dog Fashion Disco
Released May 6, 2003
Genre Avant-garde metal, experimental rock
Length 52:45
Label Spitfire Records
Producer Dog Fashion Disco
Drew Mazurek
Dog Fashion Disco chronology
Mutilated Genitals EP
Committed to a Bright Future
Day of the Dead EP

Committed to a Bright Future is the name of Dog Fashion Disco's 5th studio album released in 2003. Music videos were made for the songs "The Acid Memoirs"[1] and "Grease".[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
0. "Grease" ((Hidden in the negative time)) 2:47
1. "Love Song for a Witch"   4:11
2. "Rapist Eyes"   5:04
3. "Dr. Piranha"   2:51
4. "Fetus on the Beat"   3:32
5. "Worm in a Dog's Heart"   3:46
6. "Plastic Surgeons"   3:19
7. "Pogo the Clown"   2:26
8. "Castaway"   4:20
9. "Nude in the Wilderness"   3:31
10. "The Acid Memoirs"   3:13
11. "Déjà Vu"   4:01
12. "Magical Band of Fools"   3:29
13. "Scores for Porn" ((Hidden Track on some versions)) 3:37
Total length:

European Release[edit]

The European release of Committed contained the bonus track "China White". It is a re-recorded version of a song that originally appeared on Erotic Massage, but with a different outro. This version also contains Grease as track fifteen, instead of in the hidden time.

No. Title Length
14. "China White"   2:32


All songs written by Dog Fashion Disco except Grease, written by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees.


  • Todd Smith – Vocals
  • Greg Combs – Guitar
  • Stephen Mears – Bass
  • Mike "Ollie" Oliver – Drums (although he didn't drum on the album)
  • John Ensminger – Drums
  • Jeff Siegel – Keyboards
  • Matt Rippetoe – saxophones, clarinet and flute (+ woodwind arrangements)

Additional Personnel[edit]

  • Matt Rippetoe – Horns
  • Drew Mazurek – Producer, Engineer, Mixer
  • Joe Lambert – Mastering
  • Jeff Cohen – Legal Representation
  • Paul Campanella – Art Design & Layout
  • Angela Boatwright – Photography
  • Paul Cicoria – Title Design
  • Derek Brewer – Manager

Both Greg Combs and John Ensminger played on the album, but quit the band before it was released.